News Next-Gen Ram 1500 Spied Testing In Less Camouflage

16:38  07 december  2017
16:38  07 december  2017 Source:   motor1

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After previously testing the next - gen Ram 1500 with nearly no camouflage , the company now apparently feels comfortable putting the truck on the road with relatively little to hide its updated body. Next - Gen Ram 1500 Light Camouflage Spy Shots.

"A Ram 1500 prototype has been caught testing without a tailgate, giving us a nice, detailed look at the cargo bed area of the next - gen truck. Although it appears to have been planned for in the camouflage design, we've had no definitive proof of the RamBox storage on any prototype photographed so far.

After previously testing the next-gen Ram 1500 with nearly no camouflage, the company now apparently feels comfortable putting the truck on the road with relatively little to hide its updated body. These shots catch the pickup under development and show the vehicle wearing the production grille, headlights, and taillights.

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This test truck gets an interesting camouflage setup, covering strategic portions of the modified body of a Ram 1500 to give it a type of 'Mega Cab' look. "The camouflage seems devised to hide the dimensional changes in store for the next - gen Ram 1500 .

Newer, rather eclectic-looking versions of the next - generation 2019 Ram 1500 have been seen testing "The rear side windows and the back lights are covered in the graphic camouflage , hiding "It is expected that the current-gen DS Ram will continue on for at least a year or two, sold alongside

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The 2019 Ram features a new face that includes sharper edges for the grille surround, and updated headlights have strips of LEDs at the top and bottom. At the back, the new taillights appear larger than the current units. Previous photos showed the truck with a more sculpted hood and tailgate, too. The changes give the next-gen Ram a more angular appearance than the truck's existing, rather rounded styling.

Ram is sticking with tradition by continuing to use steel extensively in the next-gen 1500. Aluminum in the hood and taillgate would keep weight down, though.

Earlier spy photos also provided a great look at the new Ram’s cabin. The pickup features a more modern layout, including a large, touchscreen infotainment system that dominates the center stack. It makes the interior look far less cluttered by eliminating many buttons. The switches that are left have better integration into the cockpit. The toggles at the bottom are especially stylish.

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Our spy photographers caught the next - generation Ram 1500 undergoing hot weather tests in California’s death valley, and we took a look at One of the trucks wore little camouflage and left its headlights and taillights out in the open, signaling a new design direction for the popular light-duty truck.

As different configurations of the next - generation 2019 Ram 1500 go through testing procedures for final engineering signoffs, our spy shooters are beginning to capture more I hear that the diesel 3.0 is less than 20 percent (maybe a lot less ), which leaves the base 3.6 engine as the remainder.

Buyers will still be able to order V6 and V8 gasoline-fueled powerplants. A diesel V6 will likely be available but probably not from launch. Plus, there will potentially be a turbocharged four-cylinder hybrid to keep up with modern fuel economy requirements.

The 2019 Ram will debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January. Look for the pickup to arrive at dealers in the latter half of the year.

Source: Automedia

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